Big news from the recent episode of Road to Fyter Fest.
Brandi Rhodes announced that All Elite Wrestling will unveil its Women's Title at All Out on Aug. 31. No further details were provided.
The women were a big part of AEW's debut show Double or Nothing on May 25 with two showcase matches on the card. In a six-woman tag team match Joshi standouts Hikaru Shida, Riho, and Ryo Mizunami defeated Aja Kong, Yuka Sakazaki, and Emi Sakura.
The main women's match pitted Britt Baker against Nyla Rose and Kylie Rae in a triple threat bout. However, the match was changed to a fatal four-way moments before the bell rang with Awesome Kong being a late addition. Baker scored the pinfall in the contest.
No women's bout has been announced for AEW All Out. You can view the current card by clicking here. It is also unknown how AEW will crown the first Women's Champion.
Thus far, AEW has only introduced its World Title. The first champion will be crowned at All Out when Chris Jericho meets Hangman Page for the vacant title.
Earlier this week, AEW President Tony Khan revealed that AEW would look to establish Women's Tag Team Titles in the near future. You can view his comments on the matter by clicking here.